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Pahtodawgyi Pagoda, Mandalay

#10 of 23 in Historic Sites in Mandalay
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Religious Site
Pahtodawgyi is a Buddhist pagoda located in Amarapura, Burma, north of the Taungthaman Lake. It was built in 1819 by King Bagyidaw.
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  • One of the many wonders of Myanmar. This is stunning. We didnt get the bright blue sky but we loved it. BEWARE of the sharp stones. they can cut. We got some amazing photos and absolutely loved it.....  more »
  • After one of the pagodas in Yangon, this was one of the top sites we saw on our trip. It gets very hot and there are steps to walk but it was well worth it. If you're good at taking pictures, this...  more »

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